Dust and dirt are enemies all electronic. While your cell phone or keyboard can survive on the go or go into the wilderness, using a dirty device can be frustrating and annoying. Nitecore, a company best known for its bright LED headlights, is bringing in a new device which promises make dust and dirt disappear by blasting them 44 miles per hour air jet.
For equipment such as cameras, dust or dirt It can be difficult especially when it reaches the lens or gets inside it. Around A small vacuum like a Dustbuster is a difficult process, so many artists use canned air dust that blows up dirt and debris using a vacuum cleaner (not always suitable for fragile electrical equipment) or a tool such as Giottos rocket blower manually it does the same thing when squeezed. The final answer works well—while its explosive power will never fail, there is a good chance that the muscles in your hands will quickly get tired of the constant squeezing, which makes Nitecore’s new BlowerBaby even more exciting.
Instead of using propellants such as tetrafluoroethane or muscle power, BlowerBaby uses an additional 1,500 mAh battery to generate 26,000 RPM engine speed that rotates to accelerate the blast from the nose at about 44 mph.. This should be extra energy to not only produce dust and large amounts of debris, but powdered sugar, with them, and enough air to dry small losses.
At full cost BlowerBaby can run faster than 15 minutes of continuous use, but its multimedia module also allows mid-range explosion and Nitecore says you can explode up to 90 10-seconds before plugging in the USB-C cable and plugging it back in. It takes a few seconds for the engine to speed up, but the task sounds like a jet engine roaring, which can be far more satisfying than seeing your dust-free electronic devices.
By a Price $ 100, The Nitecore BlowerBaby is not cheap, but compared to the $ 10 small cabinet that needs to be replaced regularly, it can be a way to save money over time. run if all your toys attract dust forever.